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Beaver County Recreation & Tourism Department

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Bradys Run Park Recreation Facility
121 Brady's Run Road
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Phone: 800-342-8192

Beaver County Recreation & Tourism DepartmentBeaver County is blessed with a number of historical and heritage locations that will spur your interest. Take in one of the dozens of cultural events and ethnic festivals held throughout the year, or you can also take a nostalgic trip through history at the Air Heritage Museum. Feel the speed and excitement of polo matches held every Friday evening in Darlington - or hit the track at BeaveRun MotorSports Complex. Sample and enjoy the vintner's latest harvest at Lapic Winery. Beaver County has so much to do, you just have to get out and enjoy it.

Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau

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310 East Grandview Avenue
Zelienople, PA 16063
Phone: 866-856-8444
Fax: 724-234-4643

Butler County Tourism & Convention BureauThere's so much to do in Butler County, it's surprising that it all fits within its borders. Located in the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, Butler County is filled with thriving businesses, gorgeous scenery, plentiful recreational activities and more than 200 years of history. Boating, bicycling, hiking, golfing, antique shopping, museums and county fairs are all here for you. Butler County is rich in historical sites, cultural events and regional festivals, plus accomodations to suit campers, business travelers or bed & breakfast romantics. Visit historic towns, tour museums and enjoy a picnic in the park. Butler County - your adventure awaits.

Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency

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19 S. Washington Street
Fort Jackson Building
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone: 724-627-8687

Greene County Tourist Promotion AgencyLocated in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania, Greene County is home to beautiful rural sheep and cattle farms, steep wooded hillsides teeming with game and recreational opportunities around every corner. Greene County is blessed with many covered bridges, original log cabins, mail pouch barns and historically significant buildings. The towns and villages that dot the countryside are home to many quaint specialty stores that make the "main Street" shopping experience worth the drive. If you are looking to get away from the urban sprawl, then Greene County is just the place for you.

Lawrence County Tourist Promotion Agency

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Cilli Central Station
229 South Jefferson Street
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: 888-284-7599

Lawrence County Tourist Promotion AgencyLawrence County's scenic beauty includes hiking trails, rivers for fishing and canoeing, historic covered bridges and a ruggedly beautiful state park. Two sects of Old-Order Amish make the sight of horse-drawn buggies on major roads commonplace. Rich in culture, the county boasts its own ballet company, community theater, genealogical research center, historic museums, art galleries and matchless restaurants of various ethnic cultures. Events include antique car shows, arts festivals, horse and dog shows, quilt auctions, fairs and a hot air balloon rally. With two internationally known fireworks display companies, Lawrence County is the "Fireworks Capital of America."

Mercer County Convention & Visitors Bureau

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50 North Water Avenue
Sharon, PA 16146
Phone: 800-637-2370

Mercer County Convention & Visitors BureauMercer County is conveniently located off Interstates 79 and 80, approximately one hour from Pittsburgh and Erie, PA, and one hour southeast of Cleveland, OH. The county is known for great shopping and scenic countryside. Exciting shops include Prime Outlets at Grove City with over 140 shops; Reyers, the world's largest shoe store; Kraynak's with its famous Christmasland and Easter Bunny Lane; and The Winner, the world's largest off-price fashion store. Other attractions include the Vocal Group Hall of Fame & Museum, touring Wendell August to view hand-crafted metalworking, and chocolate candy tours at Philadelphia Candies and Daffin's Candies.


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Fifth Avenue Place
120 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2800
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 800-359-0758

VisitPittsburghThroughout its history - from an 18th century outpost, to the hub of American industrialism, to a high-tech center - Pittsburgh's character has been shaped by its hardworking river town legacy. And like any place where the people respect the value of hard work, you'll find that you don't have to work too hard to find a good time. This combination of historic treasures, contemporary good times and natural beauty makes Pittsburgh and Allegheny County the perfect place for business or pleasure - it's where it all comes together.

Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency

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273 South Main Street
Washington, PA 15301
Phone: 866-927-4969

Washington County Tourism Promotion AgencyHurry doesn't fit into an invitation to find any of our 22 covered bridges or to motor along the scenic National Road. Trace local history along an unbroken line - back 16,000 years. Nation-building events took place on the doorsteps of the Bradford and LeMoyne houses, and you're invited for an inside look. Or, for more excitement, gather friends and catch the action of the Washington Wild Things for thrilling baseball played by the young stars of the Frontier League. Cheer your horse across the finish line at The Meadows. Feel the rhythm of big-name music acts at the Post-Gazette Pavilion. Whatever you're looking for, we've got you covered. So come on - stay and play!

Armstrong County Tourist Bureau

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125 Market Street
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: 888-265-9954
Fax: 724-545-3119

Armstrong County Tourist BureauIn Armstrong County, the expansive beauty of the Allegheny River Valley opens itself to three lakes, five state gamelands and numerous warm and cold water fishing streams. You'll also find more than 100,000 acres of private land for hunting, 113 public and private parks, 200 miles of hiking / biking trails and seven golf courses. Quaint towns welcome you to unique shopping and dining experiences. Country roads open windows to over 250 years of history. And there are enough fairs, festivals and family fun all year long to keep you coming back for more. Come to Armstrong County - and visit the beauty.